Atlas of the Australian people. New South Wales
The report discusses the changing distribution of the New South Wales population including the immigration boom in Sydney during the past decade. It also analyses in detail the changing picture of the first-and second-generation immigrants in New South Wales.
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Context growth and trends
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
2a Location of SLAs in nonmetropolitan New South Wales 1991
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0-4 year olds Aboriginal and Torres ABS 1991 Census age-group Albury areas Asia Australia-born Bankstown birthplace groups Blacktown Burnley Campbelltown Canterbury cent centres chain migration Chinese Coffs Harbour eastern suburbs ethnic Former USSR Former Yugoslav Republic Greece high-income home excluding 0-4 Hong Kong Hornsby Hunter region Illawarra region immigrants increase inner city Italian Italy-born Kingdom/Ireland United Kingdom/Ireland km Figure Ku-ring-gai language largest number Lebanese Lebanon Less than 0.25 Less than 1.00 Maltese Marrickville metropolitan New South NESB Newcastle Newcastle-Lake Macquarie non-metropolitan New South North Shore SLAs northern Note overseas Parramatta pattern Penrith Population distribution Port Stephens proportion Queanbeyan Randwick recent arrivals reflects refugees relatively Rockdale second-generation settled settlement settlers Shellharbour Shoalhaven significant numbers SLAs Source South Sydney South Wales southern spatial speak English speakers Sydney in 1991 Sydney's Table Torres Strait Islander total population United Kingdom United Kingdom/Ireland United Viet Nam-born Wagga Wagga Warringah western Sydney Wollongong Wollongong-Shellharbour Zealand